Brittany Daly, Sancrox / Thrumster Rural Fire Volunteer, Pledges Firies Climb for MND | Port Macquarie News

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It is Brittany Daly’s dream to one day climb 1504 steps of the Sydney Eye Tower in an effort to raise funds for research into motor neuron diseases (MND). This year, however, Ms. Daly is taking part in the challenge virtually, along with hundreds of firefighters across the country. The challenge aims to raise funds for MND, a progressive and terminal neurological disease that has no known cure or cure yet. Ms Daly is a volunteer firefighter with the Sancrox / Thrumster Rural Fire Department and first signed up to climb the Sydney Eye Tower in 2019. who currently have the disease, ”she said. “We were excited and ready to go in 2019, but made the decision to stay put and help others fighting the bushfires in our area. We really wanted to be part of the Sydney Rise but the end of the day, the community came first for us. ”Another group of firefighters attached the bibs of the Sancrox / Thrumster rural firefighters as a way of thanking the crew on the 2019 climb. Ms. Daly will be aiming for to do 1,504 burpees, 1,504 push ups and 1,504 squats throughout the month of November. “I think that’s about 50 a day,” she said. Ms. Daly would love to travel to Sydney in 2022 to do the ‘climb if coronavirus restrictions allow. “It would be a dream, to give it a chance,” she said. For more information, or if you would like to donate to support Britt, please visit Our journalists work hard to ur providing local and up-to-date news to the community Here is how you can continue to access our trusted content: Our website Make sure you are signed up for our last minute and regular newsletters You can support us with a subscription Follow us on Twitter: @portmacnews Follow us on Instagram: @portmacnews Follow us on Google News


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